Today, Florida. Tomorrow, Mars.
Irene Greif talks about being the first woman to get a Ph.D. in her field at MIT.
The cloud that supports HealthCare.gov has nearly doubled in cost since the days before the site’s troubled launch.
You can't hack passively.
The social-media giant is stepping in to prevent illegal firearm transactions from being facilitated on its websites.
The Internet giant is working with the government to fight illegal online pharmacies.
The fine was the first leveled by the Federal Aviation Administration over the commercial use of unmanned aircraft.
It's back to the drawing board for the airline security agency's fast-track prescreening plan.
NSA Officials Have 'Privacy in Their Veins,' Agency's New Privacy Chief Says
Introducing Rebecca Richards, NSA's first chief privacy and ...
White House Seeks Feedback on Big Data and Privacy
The Office of Science and Technology Policy is hosting a series of events focused on the ...
Lakota Nation Adopts Bitcoin Rival as Its Official Currency
'I think cryptocurrencies could be the new buffalo,' activist says.
Yahoo Has Joined the War for Your Online Identity—About Half a Decade Too Late
For nearly half a decade, Yahoo has been giving away its most ...
Op-Ed: Unlocking the Economic Potential of Geospatial Data
Agency IT leaders need to make room on the Federal Geospatial Platform for those ...
Here’s an Idea for a Digital Currency That Actually Solves a Problem, Unlike Bitcoin
Nobel economist Robert Shiller has an idea to use big ...
NSA Wants to Expand Phone Database—Because of Privacy Suits
The government says it needs to keep the phone data as evidence.
Shoppers Decided to Avoid Target After Its Giant Data Breach
There was a 5.5% decline in customer transactions during Target’s fiscal fourth ...
Google Fears FCC's New Internet Powers
The Web giant's lobbyists are quietly fretting about a recent court ruling.
How Technology Will Topple the World's Biggest Drug Cartel
After El Chapo's capture, the nation's financial intelligence agency faces a key ...